A position opens in your department at work. You recommend to a coworker and friend in another department that she should apply. You previously consulted with this person on small projects, and she appears knowledgeable and responsible. In fact, you became friends through these work contacts. Your friend appreciates your recommendation and arranges a meeting to ask you more details about the work done by your department. The meeting is productive, and your friend takes notes to help with the application process. Your friend stops by your desk a few days later to thank you for your help, because the application was long and detailed. She confides that some of the information she included on the application is not entirely accurate. Some of her work experience did not match the job requirements and needed to be reworded for a better fit. Your friend thanks you again and says, “I hope we’ll be working together soon!”
Part A: Write five questions you need to ask yourself to help you think through the situation and determine a course of action. 1. Is she qualify for the position? 2. Why did she lie on her application? 3. If she did not get the job, does it going to affect our friendship? 4. How it will affect my work when they discover that some of her work experience did not match the job requirements and she put wrong information on her application? 5. What is the best approach to tell her that I do not agree on what she put on her application?
Part B. * What were your aptitude result?
The result reflect that I work well in careers where success comes from applying practical skills and where thinking is used mostly to solve practical problems. I am likely to be attracted to very practical jobs and careers. * Describe your capacity to resolve complex situation and solve problems based on your result.
My capacity to resolve complex situations is very good. I understand the particular situation and trying